‘Targeted’ shooting in North Delta leaves 1 in hospital, police say

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One man was found with “significant injuries” after he was shot late Thursday in North Delta, B.C.

Police said officers received calls about a shooting in the 11700 block of 92A Avenue around 11:10 p.m.

Apparent bullet holes were seen in a truck at the scene.

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When officers arrived they found a man with apparent gunshot wounds. He was transported to the hospital.

“The Delta Police are also working with the Surrey RCMP who have recovered a burned vehicle in the Bridgeview area that is suspected of being related to the shooting in Delta,” Delta police staff said in a release.

“Investigators have advised that this event was a targeted shooting and appears to be related to the Lower Mainland Gang Conflict and the injured person was the target.”

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Investigators are looking to speak with any potential witnesses and are asking for CCTV/dash-camera footage from the area. Delta police can be contacted at 604-946-4411.

Traffic in the area will be disrupted as police conduct their investigation.


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